Governor Kim Reynolds of Iowa decided to throw her support behind Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. But pardon me if I don’t start popping champagne bottles. You see, this endorsement might have made headlines, but let’s be real here – it’s not exactly the most earth-shattering news. It’s like that one classmate in high school who was always trying a little too hard to climb the popularity ladder but ended up being just another face in the crowd.

Don’t get me wrong, both Reynolds and DeSantis are prominent figures in the conservative world, but does anyone really think this endorsement will sway masses of voters? I mean, come on now! It’s more like a subtle nod from one politician to another; a friendly pat on the back as they pass each other at an overly extravagant political fundraiser. So forgive me if I’m not exactly holding my breath for this supposed game-changing alliance.

The DeSantis campaign and the media have placed significant emphasis on Kim Reynolds’ endorsement. Reynolds expressed her belief that Trump is unlikely to secure victory, indicating that her decision was likely predetermined, irrespective of Trump’s popularity. In Iowa, Trump currently holds a commanding lead over DeSantis with 43% compared to 16%, mirroring national polls. Furthermore, Trump has established a substantial advantage over Biden in the crucial battleground states.

Meanwhile, Governor Reynolds has experienced a decline in her approval rating, which now stands at 50%. I’m not sure how her endorsement could be related to this. Nevertheless, if she lacks the intelligence to refrain from making such a remarkably foolish statement, can she truly be considered capable of leading? I mean, seriously, who in their right mind still believes that Trump cannot win after witnessing four years of Democratic shortcomings? It’s quite perplexing, isn’t it?

Trump has also become increasingly popular among minority voters. But why? Well, let’s think about it. We all have to shell out money for groceries, gas, rent or mortgage, and other basic necessities. And guess what? These things don’t discriminate based on race, political party, or anything else for that matter. So, it’s no wonder that people from all walks of life are finding common ground in their support for Trump.

Don’t get me wrong. I do not put any faith in polls. They have been wildly wrong in the past and I’m sure they will continue to be wrong in the future. I also never underestimate the lack of clear thinking by the average American. Our education system has failed us since it was taken over by the teacher’s unions. Our universities no longer allow critical thinking. However, I am hopeful that the slap in the face the Biden administration has dealt will cut through the brainwashing.

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